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But visitors Baildon then turned defence into attack and won a penalty on 40 minutes after a foul by Gareth O'Reilly from which North coolly placed the resulting penalty past keeper Tim Stephenson.
She jumps--not quite flying, not quite falling--while coolly preparing her equipment for a political assassination.
Tony James was penalised for pushing skipper Ray Warburton and Roscoe D'Sane coolly struck home from the spot.
According to accepted scientific standards even such an emphatically pretentious topic may be treated in a coolly systematical, analytical way, in a kind of anatomy of divine inspiration.
"We started playing shows at the end of December," says a coolly reserved Ryan Frederiksen, the man behind the axe.
He was tenacious--hopping, rotating, plunging--in the circles of Solo, choreographed by Victoria Marks, and sometimes coolly contemplative in Dana Caspersen's Solo for One Man.
The book's overall tone is realistic and occasionally iconoclastic, not an antiwar screed, but a coolly objective look at themes long thought sacred.
ITEM: The Associated Press on December 28th reported that China "reacted coolly to the end of American policy linking its trade status to human rights, saying President Bush only did 'what he ought to have done.'"
Rubin's determination to coolly assess options and the likelihood of various outcomes sounds pretty elementary.
The article was coolly low-key for such terrific news.
The emergence of the Internet Shopping Network is a symbol of how coolly calculating heads are prevailing over gushy platitudes about democratic discourse in cyberspace.
Our first goal was scored by George Parkinson with a coolly converted penalty and he scored the second with a fantastic left foot volley into the roof of the net.
The big striker strode away to coolly beat keeper Chris Kirkland from Kolo Toure's long through ball with just a couple of minutes left, but Latics felt sub Cesc Fabregas had fouled Henri Camara to rob him of the ball at the stgart of the move.
After a goalless first half, the game burst into life when Barnsley won a penalty that Paul Hayes coolly slotted home.
The mini-Duponts are threatening because they convey a sense of information being used against us--not a new concern, certainly, but one given coolly effective shape here.